NEW DELHI The World Steel
Association (WorldSteel) recognized four companies for their
safety and health practices at the Brussels-based
organizations annual conference in New Delhi.
The honorees were Kaohsiung, Taiwan-based China Steel Corp.,
for a project that encourages employees to communicate safety
concerns directly to the company chairman; Porto Alegre,
Brazil-based Gerdau SA, for its "safety multipliers" program
meant to build safety support between team members;
Singapore-based NatSteel Holdings Pte Ltd., for its assessment
process for identifying and analyzing high-risk activities; and
Mumbai-based Tata Steel Ltd., for its contractor safety
management system at its Jamshedpur, India, site.